Sunrise to Sunset: Quality furnishings for inside and out

Local company expands mattress gallery, outdoor furnishing selection

Parry Gallagher and his Coombs Junction Furniture team have introduced a new Bedroom / Mattress Gallery – 1,200 sq. ft. of wide-open floor space designed to let you browse their expanded mattress selection.

Parry Gallagher and his Coombs Junction Furniture team have introduced a new Bedroom / Mattress Gallery – 1,200 sq. ft. of wide-open floor space designed to let you browse their expanded mattress selection.

You’ve likely browsed Coombs Junction’s showroom floor for a new sofa or dining suite, but now they’ve made it easier to call on their local expertise for all your home furnishings – inside and out!

“No matter the room, you want furnishings that suit both your style and comfort,” says Parry Gallagher, who for 12 years has offered one of the largest selections of BC- and Canadian-made furnishings on the Island.

“By working with quality manufacturers, largely from right here in Western Canada, we’re able to provide the value customers expect and the furnishings they want for their home and patio.”

A good night’s sleep starts here

Just steps from the main showroom floor, Parry and his team have introduced the Coombs Junction Furniture Bedroom / Mattress Gallery – 1,200 sq. ft. of wide-open floor space designed to let you browse and test-drive their expanded mattress selection.

Until May 15, their spring sale boasts great deals on BC’s Sealy mattresses – including the best-rated, best-selling hybrid mattress – as well as models by Stearns & Foster and Tempur-pedic.

Recognizing that everyone’s sleep style is unique, and requires more than the right mattress, this is also the time to try the Lifestyle adjustable base to customize your sleeping experience. Available in all sizes, take advantage of special pricing during the sale.

Patio perfect furnishings

Well rested with a good night’s sleep, it’s time to head outside and prepare your patio for the summer season to come.

From outdoor dining and living suites to sectionals, loungers, fire pits and of course, umbrellas, find everything you need to create the outdoor space you’ll love coming home to!

Already offering exceptional prices on the Lower Mainland’s Ratana brand, you’ll also enjoy 10 per cent off all orders placed through May 31.

An environmentally conscious manufacturer that blends exceptional quality with designs that stand the test of time, furnishings are easily adapted to your home’s style, whether classic, contemporary or transitional.

To learn more, or to browse before you visit, head to coombsfurniture.ca, then visit Parry, Scott and the team at 2701 Alberni Hwy., Coombs, Monday to Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

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